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Does This Massive Animal Cloning Factory Reveal The Future Of Meat Production?

China is bringing new meaning to the idea that a McDonald’s burger should taste the same wherever you buy it.

“We are going a path that no one has ever traveled. 546 more words


Nano-Technology and Magical Cups

When I first read about the invention of the Right Cup, it seemed to me like magic. You fill the cup with water, raise it to your mouth to take a sip – and immediately discover that the water has turned into orange juice. 1,078 more words


Riding the Wholesome Wave: Fighting Obesity with Farm-Fresh Food

Can you eat fruits and vegetables whenever you want them? Not everyone can. Co-founded in 2007 by James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur Michel Nischan, … 1,053 more words


Huel - D-day 15-11-16

The Internet is a wonderful thing sometimes. The ability to interconnect us to a mountain of information, things that if left to our own devices, we would never have found. 664 more words


I Ate a Cricket!

Human instinct makes us fear the unknown. That’s precisely why my initial reaction to the idea of eating crickets was “no way!” But then I thought about it…and I read about the nutritional benefits of insects…and I considered how we humans foolishly recognize chemical-laden garbage-food cooked-up in a factory as being more palatable than many of the wholly organic foods of the earth. 458 more words


Meat and Cancer: Is Meat Going to Disappear from our Diet?

Two days ago, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organization (WHO) released a statement that’s probably still causing the meat industry leaders to quiver in their star-studded boots. 939 more words

Thoughts About The Future

Food Science & Startups with UC Davis’ Dr. David Mills

As a professor at University of California, Davis in the Departments of Food Science & Technology and Viticulture & Enology, Dr. David Mills is a seasoned academic — but he is no stranger to the startup world: Mills has helped found two food-related startups — … 1,497 more words

From The Kitchen